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Bible Record of William Coomes and his wife Rachel Coomes as recorded in The Nelson Record Tuesday Dec., 20,1898   (having previously been published in Owensboro Messenger) and transcribed by Carolyn Wimp:  NOTE;  William Coomes, Jr and Rachel were married in Nelson Co., KY and lived in Ohio Co., KY and Daviess Co., KY.

Recorded in Catholic prayer book printed in Philadelphia by James Carey 1800:

Register of ages
William Coomes born Marth the 13th, 1769
Rachel Coomes born October 9., 1775

Their children:
Teresa Coomes born September 7, 1797
Charles Coomes born January 20, 1799
Elizabeth Coomes born October 1, 1800
William Coomes born Aug 20, 1801
Mary Margaret Coomes born Aug 19, 1803
Enoch Ignatius Coomes born March 8, 1805
Charity Barbara born January 24, 1807
Felix Coomes born November 21, 1808
Benita Coomes born Oct 10, 1810
Charity Coomes bor February 8, 1813
Stephen Coomes born October 25, 1815


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